Thai Coconut Soup

Thai Coconut Soup #15MinuteSuppers

I love cooking with fresh herbs and spices and will frequently buy big bunches at the grocery or farmers market intending to use them throughout the week.  However, I will often find that my good intentions have led to the mid-week discovery of sad, wilted herbs going bad at the bottom of my vegetable drawer. Try as I might to use everything quickly, I never seem to succeed. I have also gone to so far as to grow my own herbs, but my plants never seem to yield enough for cooking. Needless to say, I was very excited to try several Gourmet Garden products that have solved this problem for me. Gourmet Garden herbs and spices are washed, chopped, blended and packed into tubes so they maintain their fresh taste for up to 3 months. The tubes can also be frozen for an even longer shelf life. 

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I wanted to try several of the herbs and spices and found inspiration on the Gourmet Garden website to create classic flavor profiles for different cuisines. My family loves Thai, so I took their suggestion in using the Chili Pepper, Lemongrass, Ginger and Cilantro together. Thai Coconut Soup was the result. Everything was delicious and came together so quickly. I took just a minute to wash and chop my veggies, but you could easily get a bag of carrots and broccoli or use whatever vegetables you already have. I think mushrooms and bok choy might be exceptionally yummy. My Thai Coconut Soup is a vegetarian meal, but it would be great with chicken added. With the rice noodles it’s also gluten free.

Thai Coconut Soup noodles

Thai coconut soup is a comforting dish with a lot of versatility that makes it perfect for a quick dinner. The creamy texture of the broth and blend of herbs and spices bring to mind the nostalgia of a great chicken noodle, but with a Thai twist. I hope you enjoy my version of Thai Coconut Soup. Make sure to check out the giveaway at the bottom of the page so you can grab a chance to win a cooler full of your own Gourmet Garden herbs and spices to test out.

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Disclosure: This is sponsored recipe for Gourmet Garden through 15 Minute Suppers. Recipe & opinions are my own.

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About Carlyn

Carlyn lives in Mesa and is mom to three young boys. She pins a lot on Pinterest, where you can find great ideas for crafts, products, books, decorating, and more! Read more about Carlynhere.

Comments

  1. I always have trouble with rice noodles for some reason but this looks yummy!

  2. I’ve never tried Thai food, but I might have to now!

  3. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    15 Min suppers would be perfect for me, as I’m so busy all the time that by the time I get home we have maybe an hour to eat and go to bed, so 15 min would give us the other 45 to eat together and eat healthy.

  4. I love that it’s GF- the rice noodles are a nice addition! I’ve frozen the Gourmet Garden tubes and they work great- just need a little extra effort to squeeze.

  5. alyce poalillo says:

    I love the idea of 15 min suppers and having herbs around that require only a squeeze is a huge help in getting quick tasteful meals with variety on the table on a weeknight.

  6. With all of those spices, I bet that soup tastes and smells heavenly!

  7. Katharine Davis says:

    I love the idea, as a single Mom with kids a flavorful 15 minute meal that is healthy and home cooked is a dream come true

  8. Denise S says:

    I love the idea because I hate cooking and never know anything new to make.

  9. I love the idea because It seems like a time saver

  10. Cynthia C says:

    I love cooking but hate spending all the time it takes to prep. This looks so fast and easy – I’d love to try it.

  11. Deborah Rosen says:

    I love the recipe and have pinned it for later. I think I’ll enjoy the fresh flavors as well as the hint of heat.

  12. Mihaela Day says:

    I love the idea of 15 min suppers and the recipe looks fast and ease :)

  13. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    Fresh herb s in a tube? Count me in-I, too, am tired of herbs going bad.

  14. I love soup and wonder if I could get my family to try this!

  15. Jennifer Reed says:

    I checked out the 15MinuteSupper facebook page and I think the recipe for 15 Minute Chicken & Italian Herb Fettuccine using Gourmet Garden Herbs & Spices looks great.

  16. Brittney House says:

    I like the recipe because it’s looks simple enough for me to do. I think I will try it one week.

  17. Sonya Morris says:

    The recipe looks yummy and I like that it is dairy free.

  18. Carlyn, you did a great job with the photos. This looks yummy.

  19. Kyl Neusch says:

    make some good soup

  20. 15 minutes meals are the best! We have a few busy weeknights where I have to get dinner on the table in a hurry!

  21. Yum—-I would love this but I don’t think my family would try it.

  22. quite honestly this soup would be one I would make thanks

  23. Melissa M says:

    The Moroccan Seasoning Meatballs with Cous Cous sounds really good

  24. Erica C. says:

    I don’t like to cook so 15 minute meals…yes please!

  25. joe gersch says:

    i like 15 minute suppers for my hectic lifestyel

  26. It sounds really good. I love these quick recipes.

  27. Often, 15 minutes would be all I have to throw together a dinner. I don’t think I could put coconut soup over though. I’d like to try it myself.

  28. Theresa D says:

    I love soup. The recipe sounds like one I would enjoy.

  29. Danielle hall says:

    i love learning new cooking ideas and i think ill give this a try thanks for sharing

  30. Karrie Millheim says:

    This sounds soooo yummy

  31. Christine says:

    I love the recipe and will try it.

  32. I love the idea of 15 minute dinners! At least 2 nights a week we have meals that need to be super quick.

  33. tina reynolds says:

    Sounds really good something hubby and I both would enjoy

  34. I would love to try out this recipe!

  35. I like rice noodles and cellophane noodles. Good flavors in this soup.
    Thanks for the contest.

  36. Laura P. says:

    This recipe looks delicious and I love that it is gluten free, but yet, even those who aren’t eating gluten free would enjoy it I’m sure.

  37. susan smoaks says:

    this would be perfect for a quick easy meal idea

  38. I love the idea of 15 minute dinners! that’s faster than I can even get take-out home and on the table.

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